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Michael Douglas - Marlee Matlin - Jonathan Frakes - Louise Fletcher - Michael Douglas among A-Listers paying tribute to iconic actress Louise Fletcher - express - France
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Michael Douglas among A-Listers paying tribute to iconic actress Louise Fletcher
Michael Douglas has become one of the latest celebrities to pay tribute to legendary actress Louise Fletcher.The Nurse Ratched star passed away at her home in the south of France on Friday, September 23, 2022.Michael took to Instagram to share a thowback black-and-white picture of himself and Louise looking elegant at an event.In view of his one million followers, the Basic Instinct actor captioned the shot: "RIP Louise Fletcher."A rare and unique talent as well as a lovely lady who will be deeply missed!"Other well-known faces who paid homage to the late actress on social media include Jonathan Frakes.Jonathan shared a picture of Louise with his 592,100 Twitter followers, writing: "RIP Nurse Ratched #LouiseFletcher"Sharing a picture of Louise, actress Marlee Matlin tweeted: "Sad to read of the passing of Louise Fletcher."Brilliant actress & Academy Award winner, I remember her as the daughter of Deaf parents (CODA) who was the FIRST to sign her acceptance speech at the Oscars."And she was so lovely as my mother on 'Picket Fences.' RIP dear Louise."Fans of the late film star also inundated the social media platform with tributes for her.NewWaveTrekkie said: "I just heard about Louise Fletcher.She was a great actress who was more than just a good plug into a villain role."She had presence, talent, and beautifully underrated eyes."Her place in entertainment will be forever and fondly remembered by me.
Jennifer Lopez - Brad Pitt - Kit Harington - Hailey Bieber - Woody Allen - Emilia Clarke - Alec Baldwin - Sam Asghari - Amy Ziering - Kirby Dick - Marlee Matlin - Soon-Yi Previn - Alec Baldwin to interview Woody Allen - msn.com - Denmark - Greece - Poland
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Video: Emilia Clarke confirms Kit Harington's Game of Thrones series is 'happening' (Cover Video)NEWS OF THE WEEK: Al Pacino wants Timothée Chalamet to play him in potential Heat sequelNEWS OF THE WEEK: Britney Spears' father claims she received a $15 million book deal for conservatorship memoirNEWS OF THE WEEK: Ben Stiller travels to Poland to support refugees from UkraineIN CASE YOU MISSED IT: Britney Spears and Sam Asghari move into new homePaul McCartney's surprise Glastonbury warm-up gig is instant sell-outBeanie Feldstein engaged to Bonnie Chance RobertsJulie Andrews has never met Bridgerton cast despite narrating showGloria Estefan reveals why she rejected Super Bowl gig with Jennifer Lopez and ShakiraGeorge Ezra cancels Danish gig due to laryngitisEmilia Clarke confirms Kit Harington's Game of Thrones series is 'happening'Britney Spears and Sam Asghari move into new homeElon Musk says Tesla's factories are losing billions'My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3' is in the worksIN CASE YOU MISSED IT: Hailey Bieber sued for trademark infringement over new skincare lineIN CASE YOU MISSED IT: Brad Pitt opens up about attending Alcoholics AnonymousJason Reitman and Marlee Matlin join Oscars board of governors Baldwin was referencing Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering's 2021 HBO documentary series Allen v. Farrow, which explored the allegations made by the Farrows.
Billy Porter - Jamie Foxx - Susan Sarandon - Gordon Ramsay - Marlee Matlin - Trace Adkins - Charlie Collier - FOX teases upcoming country music drama series plus new Gordon Ramsay cooking show at 2022 Upfront - foxnews.com
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FOX teases upcoming country music drama series plus new Gordon Ramsay cooking show at 2022 Upfront
FOX Entertainment is taking on 2022 with TV shows on everything from country music to crime and cooking. Charlie Collier, the CEO of FOX Entertainment, detailed what's to come on the network, including the previously announced "Monarch," which will star Trace Adkins and Susan Sarandon.  The show is about "three generations of a country music family juggling life's rawest emotions — love and lust, hate and heartache, living in the shadow of your parents and coming-of-age," Collier described before previewing a clip of "Monarch." "MasterChef" Gordon Ramsay is set to debut his new competition show, "Gordon Ramsay's Food Stars," and will also have his series "Next Level Chef" premiere after the Super Bowl next February.  In "Food Stars," Ramsay will front $250,000 of his own cash to find the "next big culinary entrepreneur." "MasterChef" Gordon Ramsay is set to debut his new competition show, "Gordon Ramsay's Food Stars," and will also have his series "Next Level Chef" premiere after the Super Bowl next February.  (Jason Mendez/WireImage) On the crime front, Jamie Foxx and "The Blacklist" showrunner John Eisendrath, are teaming up for the police procedural, "Alert." The missing persons' drama "tells the story of a high-tech police unit whose job is to find the missing, the abducted or kidnapped and help them reunite with their loved ones before it's too late," Foxx said during the presentation.  FOX is also bringing a crime anthology series titled "Accused." The show hails from the creative minds behind "Homeland" and "24" as well as the creator of "House." Marlee Matlin and Billy Porter will direct the first two episodes.
Will Smith - Jada Pinkett Smith - Ariana Debose - Jesse Plemons - Marlee Matlin - Troy Kotsur - CODA star Troy Kotsur makes history as the first deaf actor to win Best Supporting Actor Oscar - dailymail.co.uk - USA
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CODA star Troy Kotsur makes history as the first deaf actor to win Best Supporting Actor Oscar
CODA star Troy Kotsur's historic awards season run ended like many expected, with the actor becoming the first deaf male actor in history to win an Oscar.The 53-year-old actor, who plays fisherman and patriarch Frank Rossi in the critically-acclaimed Apple film, is only the second deaf actor to win an Oscar, following his CODA co-star Marlee Matlin, who won Best Actress in 1987 for Children of a Lesser God.Kotsur beat outCiaran Hinds (Belfast),Jesse Plemons (The Power Of The Dog),J.K Simmons (Being The Ricardos) andKodi Smitt-McPhee (The Power Of The Dog) for his first Oscar in his first nomination. First:CODA star Troy Kotsur's historic awards season run ended like many expected, with the actor becoming the first deaf male actor in history to win an Oscar Historic:The 53-year-old actor, who plays fisherman and patriarch Frank Rossi in the critically-acclaimed Apple film, is only the second deaf actor to win an Oscar, following his CODA co-star Marlee Matlin, who won Best Actress in 1987 for Children of a Lesser God Nominees:Kotsur beat out Ciaran Hinds (Belfast), Jesse Plemons (The Power Of The Dog), J.K Simmons (Being The Ricardos) and Kodi Smitt-McPhee (The Power Of The Dog) for his first Oscar in his first nominationAs Kotsur made his way to the stage, a number of celebs were seen performing the 'applause' sign in American Sign Language (ASL), where you hold up both arms and twist your hands simultaneously.Ariana DeBose, Tyler Perry, Kotsur's co-star Marlee Matlin, Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith were seen performing the sign as Kotsur took to the stage to accept the award from presenterYoun Yuh-jung, who won Best Supporting Actress last year for Minari.
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